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    Default Mayo recruits SPS patients to study IVIG vs placebo

    https://www.mayo.edu/research/clinic...s/cls-20443511

    This is run by Mayo and will compare IVIG to placebo in SPS. I had thought it was already a proven treatment, but perhaps not....

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    https://www.mayo.edu/research/clinic...s/cls-20443511

    This is run by Mayo and will compare IVIG to placebo in SPS. I had thought it was already a proven treatment, but perhaps not....
    Looking at that page, I don't see any date. Nothing about when the study starts/ends, nothing about the date when the information about it was posted. Is it possible that you're right, and it is already a proven treatment--and this is a study that took place in the past?
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    Perhaps. Good catch Agate!

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